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at the meeting. it's a multiple ethnic background it happens to be lead by an alderman and two latinos and mrs. garcia and so someone who used to work in the facilities i work with the sdments. the other gentleman is an attorney. we are able to add some professional expertise to help guide our opinions. i'm going to go ahead and refer this to those the committee as a whole - i'm sorry >> gosh you were on the oversight committee and you're still there are. i'm glad. so just in terms of the analysis that our exploring are you including in that the benefits that the local higher can produce as well >> we don't usually do this but we should save that as important for committee. we'll have a robust discussion at committee are the date is posted on the website. >> thank you gentlemen for coming. all right. we are going to move on. item 8 superintendent proposals and speaker cards there are none and proposals increase none and now we move on to item j. request to speak regarding general matters. i have several groups who would like to speak sea i would like to remind everybody speaking we ask you
, mr. garcia, how do you prevent the attacks? what kind of attacks are happening? >> guest: well, you know, the attacks are always evolving, and for the financial services sector most recently we have seen so-called distributed denial of service or ddos attacks which is a way of flooding a network which information requests that cause a slowdown or a stoppage of service. cyber criminals are after money, as was willie sutton back in the days of robbing banks. they're after intellectual property. lots of different types of information. so the attacks and the threats are constantly evolving. the banks are very well prepared for they a ons of llars in preventive measures, in very high-tech staff who are, have great expertise in this area. i'm representing the financial services information sharing and analysis center, isaf, which is a grouping of banks and financial institutions that gather together their collective intelligence, they share information about threats, attacks and vulnerabilities, and they collectively respond to that. it's all based on the notion that forewarned is forearm
secretary for cybersecurity. when it comes to banks and financial institutions mr. garcia how do you prevent the attacks and what kinds of attacks are happening because. >> guest: the attacks are always evolving and in the financial services sector most recently we have seen so-called distributed denial of service which is a way of flooding the network with information request that caused a slowdown or a stoppage of service. cybercriminals are after money. we are in the days of robbing banks. they are after intellectual property and lots in lots of different types of information. the attacks and the threat strip constantly evolving. the banks are very well prepared for that. they invest hundreds of millions of dollars in preventive measures, in very high-tech staff who have great expertise in this area. i am representing the financial services information sharing and analysis center isaf which is a grouping of tanks and financial institutions that gather together their collective intelligence and share information about threats and vulnerabilities and collectively respond to that. it's all b
forward and i'm sure it's going to be a topic of the committee for weeks to come. i want to thank mr. wagner and invite barb garcia >> first thank you for hearing the hearing today, we're going to be challenged this year but also internal and external deficits. so after the first 6 years the department faced large deficits that included both on costs of doing business for the department. for the majority of those proomz we were able to cover some costs and the board of supervisors have continued to be incredible supporters. but we still carry a deficit that was driven by labor costs. during this time we faced reductions and eliminations of programs. so to provide you with a few details for it does cost the department the one 20 and $30 million just to stay the same and those costs are due to pharmacy and medical supplies. those historical deficits prancing from 15 million has been consistently accounts for federal cuts. as we enter into health care reform and this has already started and we began that with seniors and people with disabilities. we will be paid for outcomes and perfor
, it creates a yearly gap for women of almost $6,000. that's real money. mr. garcia: it's nearly a year of groceries, five months' of rent, 30 months of gas. so in this new century with so many women serving as heads of households, and women being a critical part of our economic success, it's time we close the gender pay gap once and for all and pass the paycheck fairness act. thank you, mr. speaker. i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from georgia rise? without objection, the gentleman is recognized for one minute >> thank you. mr. speaker. mr. johnson: i rise to address wage equality in our nation or the lack of there. i was raised by a mother, school teacher, she worked hard. worked harder than any male that i know of on her job, and then when she came home she worked hard in the home. harder than any male i have ever known. and she turned me over to my wife. my wife works harder than i ever thought about working both outside the home and in the home. so i believe that it is a great tragedy that either one of those women w
of garcia and john goldman. tickets for that event starts at $1,000. the present returned to the nation's capital later this afternoon. >> mr. obamas or ride the yesterday afternoon and spent the day of fund raisers in san francisco. we're learning that, among other things, the president is telling democratic donors, that he wants california representative nancy pelosi to be the speaker of the house once again. meantime, more than a thousand protested for outside the getty mentioned in san francisco, where one of the fund raisers for help. some of the protesters wanted the president to reject construction of the proposed keystone pipeline would transport oil from canada to the texas gulf coast. >> he needs to see the momentum is building to oppose the pipeline. >> however, advocates of the pipeline contend construction of a pipeline would create jobs, and would be more in a deficienergy-effict than transporting the oil by truck or rail. >> we will have a bit on our web site kron4.com and update on our 24/7 news channel, for the lastest news and traffic comcast 193 digital channel 4.2.
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